Studio 6 San Antonio - Medical Center
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Just about an hour drive to Wimberley - we parked and walked around the square. There were many gift and antique shops, and a few art shops as well. It is a cute little town, not as big as Fredricksburg, and a little more "artsy". Then we headed to Blue Hole - I had heard about this swimming spot from some friends a while back, so we ...
... guisada! Sorry Pig Stand, but we have moved up in the breakfast dive world! Then to Central Market to get picnic provisions - a Cuban sandwich, fruit, chocolate, and wine. We drove to the Mission San Jose and parked the truck (free! but we did make a donation). Got on the bikes and then to the Mission Trail we went.
BTW the Mission Bike Trail is wonderful! It runs through the heart of San Antonio, then south through 4 ...
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I want to thank Troy Benoit, General Manager, Tyler Lear ,Assistant Manager, and our servers Katherine Yadak and Caitlin Gamez. Great job, you really made us feel welcome.
Willie's will be donating a portion of the day's receipts to The ONE Ride. "Great food and Great People!" 15801 San Pedro ...
... Park. Texas state parks are a little more expensive than other states because they charge a per person fee along with a camping fee whereas most places forego the per person fee if you are camping. The State Park we were at didn’t even have showers so we didn’t think it was worth it. We reluctantly after almost 2 weeks of no Wal-Mart sleeping drove to a Wal-Mart. It actually turned out to be really dark and quiet so we didn’t mind at ...
... homemade dips with pretzel sticks, so we tried nearly all of them. Continuing, we saw a booth with a yellow road sign warning of kangaroos and another sign saying 'Crikey’, so we headed over to see if it was a genuine Aussie manning the stand. It was – though he was married to an American and lived in Mexico! He was selling cowboy hats.
Forced outside again by our hunger, we found the food concessions stands. The whole place was empty against the ...